Published on September 30th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 30/09/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 24 September
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 24 September
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 24 September
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 24 September:
North America Newsletter 24 September
Aircraft Update:

D-AEUA Airbus A321-211 c/n 1988 Eurowings Delivered Vienna-Shannon 27/09/19 for painting ex OE-LCG.
EC-NGC Boeing 737-809 c/n 28236 AlbaStar Re-Registered 23/09/19 ex EI-GKW.
EI-RJW RJ85 c/n 2371 Cityjet Ferried Dublin-Keflavik 27/09/19 in basic Cityjet colours.
N642AC Airbus A320-214 c/n 5278 Austrian Airlines Delivered Cecil-Bangor-Shannon-Woensdrecht 25-30/09/19 for painting to become OE-LZE.
OE-IED Airbus A330-343 c/n 1447 Fire Leasing Registered 26/09/19 parked at Paya Lebar Air Base ex 9V-STW.
Global Aviation News:

Air France-KLM CEO sees upside for French aviation in airline bankruptcies

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Austrian and Eurowings fly in New Formation in Austria
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Boeing’s aviation history in Renton: From World War II to the 737 MAX
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Boeing Max return plan targeting up to 70 deliveries a month

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Budget carrier Jetstar to stop turboprop services in New Zealand

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Emirates rolls out new aviation experiences at Dubai Mall
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Fleet of Boeing 737 Max to be Parked in the Middle of Australia
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Iberia changes its Corporate Structure to focus on Sustainability

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Inside Operation Matterhorn, the dizzying aftermath of Thomas Cook’s collapse
JetBlue IFE on new A321neo offers greatly improved PaxEx over LiveTV
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JetBlue plans more premium Mint seats on London flights
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Virgin Atlantic Seeks Manchester Push With Thomas Cook Slots
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What Boeing – And Airlines – Need To Do Now To Regain Fliers’ Trust

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus parent cuts profit forecast after BA strikes

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Air ambulance service ‘on the brink of collapse’
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Belfast had been booming as a destination, but Ryanair and Aer Lingus are both downscaling in Northern Ireland with Brexit and terrorism likely reasons for network cuts
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Coordination Parameters for Summer 2020 at Dublin Airport released by CAR
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EI-HEJ Boeing 737-8200 Ryanair first flight
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Ethiopian Airlines Ireland Celebrates ‘Enkutatash’ – Ethiopian New Year
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Flights to continue as normal at Dublin and Cork Airports in no-deal Brexit
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How Ryanair Became A European Giant Thanks To Tony Ryan
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Ryanair launches Summer 2020 schedule for Belgium, discusses environmental issues
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Ryanair Argues for Kerosene Tax Over ETS
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Ryanair mum on filing application for flights from Pulkovo
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Tweet Picks:
@EoghanOMW Such disappointing news with no direct air service now from China. Most Chinese take in Ireland as part of a UK-Irl trip so still plenty of business to fight for.
@JetTipNet Cape Air will be receiving their first Tecnam P2012 Travellers today; both are currently inbound to the airline’s HQ at HYA. The P2012 was a clean sheet design produced at the behest of Cape Air.
@NetJets We’re rising to the Challenge(r). Today we took delivery of our 100th @bombardierjets Challenger which brings the NetJets fleet to 80 Challenger 350s and 20 Challenger 650s. These jets have been providing Owners with versatility since the first delivery in 2014.
@Oliver__Clark TUI Group CFO Birgit Conix says collapse of rival Thomas Cook on Monday came as a surprise during #FTCFODialogues.
@WiredUK With Operation Matterhorn, the UK government has become the country’s fifth biggest airline. Here’s what it takes to get 150,000 passengers home.
Video Picks:

Boeing 787 World Record Flight | Trailer
CFS 2019 Panel: Every Day is a Training Day
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First commercial flights from Beijing’s new $87 billion airport take off


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